Cliffs of Inishmore Inishmore, off Ireland’s west coast, is one of the three Aran Islands, where most natives speak both Gaelic and Irish. In addition to the prevalence of Celtic culture, Inishmore is known for its grey limestone landscape, which ends in a rock wall at the sea’s edge. (Sam Abell/National Geographic Stock) Ireland Vacation, Aran Islands, Favorite Places, Nature, West Coast, Irish, Travel, Wedding Rings, Inishmore Islands
Irish uncial alphabet/Gaelic Script (cló Gaelach). The Irish uncial alphabet originated in medieval manuscripts as a variant of the Latin alphabet. It was used for printing Irish until quite recently and is still used on road signs and public notices throughout Ireland.